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Apple iPhone 15 Pro solid-state buttons will have customizable sensitivity



Rumors about the iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max’s capacitive solid-state buttons have been going on for a few months now and a new post on the MacRumors forums shares more details of how they will work. Apple is believed to bring a unified volume button and a new programmable Action button to the iPhone 15 Pro series. The latter will accommodate the signature iPhone mute switch functionality as well as a bevy of other programable uses including toggling the orientation lock, flashlight, low power mode and more.

The capacitive buttons on the iPhone 15 Pro series will feature a dedicated…



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